Today had us basking in some glorious sunshine even though it was a bit nippy, I have noted that it rained on Saturday and is Sunny on the Sunday and am wondering if the fe-moles laughter about the moles always getting rainy Sundays and the fe-moles getting sunny Saturdays during 2010 maybe about to serve us right for laughing but we’ll see 😉
Today’s ride started up at Bockett’s farm at 9am, expecting to see Catherine and Rachel it was a lovely surprise to see Emma as well who has cycled with the Moles a few times but decided to join the ladies today with her new bike.
I did make sure I asked Emma what her new bike was because Dave would just shake his head at me if I told him it was a red and white Specialized, however Dave asked after Emma’s new bike and only asked me what colour it was and was rather surprised that I was able to tell him the model too 😉
We did the same route as yesterday, I thought it was such a good ride to blow the cobwebs away and everyone was happy with the suggestion so we headed towards Crabtree and were able to show Emma a route she hadn’t been on before.
The “girls favourite” was just beautiful this morning in the Sunshine, from there along to Denbies and the view across Dorking was stunning.
I did start to feel the fact I had ridden yesterday as well and that I hadn’t had any breakfast.
Along through Ranmore down past Yew Trees and up past Polesden Lacey, down Admirals track and back to the carpark.
Not a very technical ride but a good couple of hours back in the saddle and getting those legs and lungs working 😉
Door to door another 16 miles for me today and so lovely to be back out on the bike, being out having a great time and home all before the time I used to get up on a Sunday morning – Wonderful morning!
A great ride ladies Thank you, looking forward to next weekend already 😉